This is the second of a trilogy of posts about gifted education in Singapore.
Part 1 reviewed the historical background: the gradual expansion and refinement of provision for highly able learners in this small South-East Asian educational powerhouse. It also examined the Singapore Government’s rationale for investing so heavily in their development.
But the bulk of the post is dedicated to a blow-by-blow description of the various strands of gifted education available to learners in the country’s primary and secondary schools.
It concludes with a section about professional development for educators working with gifted learners in Singapore.
As with Part 1, my primary source has been the Ministry of Education’s gifted education pages, but I have supplemented this with all other…
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